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Posted: 03/01/2023

GridSecCon 2023 Call for Abstracts – Deadline March 31

Northeast Power Coordinating Council, NERC, and the E-ISAC are requesting abstracts from grid security professionals on physical and cyber security best practices and the challenges faced by the industry. Submissions are welcome from asset owners and operators in physical or cyber security roles, academic researchers, and industry and government experts. Submit an abstract for consideration as a training or breakout session by March 31. Successful submissions will be notified by April 21.

Submissions should address one of the four conference tracks:

1.      Cyber Security

2.      Physical Security

3.      Supply Chain

4.      Special Topics

Training sessions (October 17) will be in eight-hour increments; breakout sessions (October 18 – 19) will be in one-hour increments. Submissions are being accepted March 1 – 31.

GridSecCon 2023 will take place in Québec City, Canada October 17 – 20, 2023.

For more information or assistance, please contact [email protected].

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